LG Display announced on January 3 that it will unveil "48-inch 'Cinematic Sound OLED (CSO) Panel" optimized for gaming at CES 2021, the world's largest IT and home appliance exhibition to be held online on January 11 (local time in the United States).
The world's top large-size OLED panel maker said the latest product is optimized for gaming.
The "48-inch bendable CSO panel" is characterized by being able to freely bend and unfold the screen up to 1,000R (a bend of 1,000mm in radius) by utilizing the advantages of OLED panels that are as thin as paper. It can therefore be turned into a flat screen while watching TV and used as a curved screen while gaming.
The upcoming display will be the first from the company to use CSO technology for delivering audio.
That effectively provides uniform viewing distance from the middle of the screen to the edge.
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The Korean tech giant is offering a 55-inch transparent OLED display for this immersive experience. The display itself rises from frame to frame and shows content in different screen ratios.
LG showed off its ambitious invisible TVs some time ago, which it plans to show off at the upcoming CES 2021.
The other particularly interesting aspect of this monitor is its eschewing of built-in speakers in favour of LG's Cinematic Sound OLED (CSO) technology. It also has built-in sound.
LG is set to unveil an innovative new gaming display at CES 2021 next week that can bend on demand while also producing sound without the use of speakers. And now the new foldable OLED display is in the works. "In other words, it offers the very best gaming environment to gamers", said Chang-ho Oh, Executive Vice President & Head of the TV Business Unit at LG Display. During the event, LG - the only transparent OLED manufacturer - will demo several applications for such displays including using them for both home and commercial purposes. The smartphone industry is now leaning towards OLED panels, and since the company is one of the biggest suppliers, this surge in sales isn't all that surprising.